Call for Papers: 2018 OBHC Conference on Coordinating Care Across Boundaries and Borders

Conference Details: 
11th Organizational Behavior in Health Care (OBHC) Conference
“Coordinating Care across Boundaries and Borders”
May 13-May 18, 2018
Montreal, Canada

Join us for OBHC 2018 on the island of Montreal,  a vibrant mix of Old World charm and North American energy. The 2018 OBHC Conference, the primary activity of the Society for Studies in Organizing Healthcare, will be jointly hosted by McGill University (Faculty of Medicine), l’Université de Montréal (École de Santé Publique) and HEC Montréal (Le Pôle santé). The conference will take place in the heart of this charming city, at the Centre Mont-Royal.

Samia Chreim, University of Ottawa
Scott Garrison, University of Alberta
Pascale Lehoux, l’Université de Montréal
Henry Mintzberg, McGill University (to be confirmed)
Vinh-Kim Nguyen, l’Université de Montréal
Davide Nicolini, University of Warwick
Stephen Peckham, University of Kent / LSHTM
Trish Reay, University of Alberta
Eric C. Schneider, The Commonwealth Fund, USA
Daniel Weinstock, McGill University

Submissions for presentations (by full paper) and workshops (by abstract) will open from September 4th until November 11th, 2017. Keep your eye on our website for more details:

Regular Early Bird Registration: $700 CAD (415 GBP) ($800 CAD thereafter)
Student Early Bird Registration: $425 CAD (255 GBP) ($500 CAD thereafter)


CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: Denis Chênevert (HEC Montréal), Jamie DeMore (McGill University), Jean-Louis Denis (Université de Montréal), Ann Langley (HEC Montréal), Peter Nugus (McGill University), Diana Ramos (McGill University) & Charo Rodriguez (McGill University)

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